will. as you can see colorado, iowa, ohio and florida all higher than the national average on the repeal, if you will, below, nevada, virginia, wisconsin. have virginia number might surprise some people. all -- look at wisconsin was the only state in the battleground states where the expanded actually -- or not only leave it alone or expanded actually was higher than the repeal some or all. wisconsin, which was ground zero during the whole role of government debate with the unions. finally, who should see tax hik hikes? everyone -- those making over $250,000 or everyone? that was 60% overall. it's something you've heard from the president. he believes this gives them a mandate on his position when it comes to taxes. let's look at the states. look at this. ne nevada, wisconsin, virginia, iowa and new hampshire, all above that national average. ohio and, of course, very tax sensitive florida below that national average on that front and of course in florida there is no taxes, if you will.